Don't you mean 52 dynamic IP addresses for the 881W? Still, that may not be enough for some locations.aebrown wrote:We just recently got the new 881W firewalls, so now we have enough IP addresses; until then, there were far too many users for the 32 dynamic IP addresses available in the buildings.
jdlessley wrote:Don't you mean 52 dynamic IP addresses for the 881W? Still, that may not be enough for some locations.
aebrown wrote:Our stake's official policy is that we give the wireless access key to the bishops, who then decide who should have the key for valid Church purposes. That information was rather closely held for a while, but over time, there have been enough people who have had valid uses, and enough friends of those people (with whom I imagine the key was shared "confidentially") that the key is now known rather widely.
lmemmott wrote:Wireless has been recently installed in one of our buildings. My question isn't of a technical nature but instead around policy. The guidance that came from church headquarters was:
"Stake Presidents and District Presidents should determine who they want to provide with this password and how they want to manage its distribution. These leaders should use discretion to ensure that wireless Internet access is used by those who will use it responsibly."
So obviously the stake presidency get's to decide so I'd like to know what has worked for other stakes. Do you give the password out to anyone who asks? Just the family history class? Just stake and ward leaders? Nobody? If you could, give a few details about how you came to the decision you made.
Thanks so much for your time,
harddrive wrote:In my stake, we allow the leadership of the ward to have access and the entire stake leadership. Now we use the church SSID and password, so if someone comes in from another stake that knows the password, then they can give it out and I can't control that, but I can't just give it out.
dfdavis wrote:That is the same situation that I have in all 7 buildings. Its a secret..but everybody knows. Please excuse this question, I am a church convert. Why is it that no one ever gets told ..."no"?
dfdavis wrote:Why is it that no one ever gets told ..."no"?
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